Clowns Without Borders in Sudan
In November 2006 eight swedish volunteers from Clowns Without Borders went to Africa. Their goal was the war-torn Sudan and the town of Juba in south of Sudan and their mission was to get children and young people to feel hope and vitality with laughter as a tool. At the time, Sudan was the biggest country in Africa and the conflict in the northern Darfur was making millions of the sudanese people refugees in their own country. This is the documentary that was filmed during their three week stay.
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The eight volunteers where: Joel Lindh, Samuel Naeslund, Inger Jungehall, Malin Ohrn, John-Henry Larsson, Linda Petersson, Erik Hultby and Thomas Gjerdingen.
About Clowns Without Borders:
Clowns Without Borders (CWB) is playing shows for children and adolescents affected by war or disasters around the world. CWB uses laughter as a tool to feel hope and vitality in vulnerable situations. CWB started in 1996 in Sweden, but the idea has its origin in 1993 when Payaso Sin Fronteras was founded in Spain. At the time of the making of this documentary there where national organizations in countries such as Sweden, Belgium, France, Spain and the United States. Official website: http://www.clownswithoutborders.org/